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Spring io c

  1. 1. The Spring Framework: A brief introduction to Inversion of Control James Brundege www.synaptocode.com
  2. 2. What is Spring?2 Things: ◦ An Inversion of Control (IoC) Container ◦ Utilities that provide a consistent (and simple!) API to many other technologies (JDBC, ORM, AOP, Declarative Transactions, etc)
  3. 3. Guiding Principles of Spring◦ Minimize dependencies on Spring◦ Minimize dependencies between all layers of an application.◦ All application code should be testable, without an application server or other complex environment◦ Fully factor the APIs (the 90% case should be accomplished in one line of code!)
  4. 4. What is Inversion of Control (IoC)?(besides yet another confusing term for a simple concept)IoC is all about Object dependencies.Traditional "Pull" approach: ◦ Direct instantiation ◦ Asking a Factory for an implementation ◦ Looking up a service via JNDI"Push" approach: ◦ Something outside of the Object "pushes" its dependencies into it. The Object has no knowledge of how it gets its dependencies, it just assumes they are there.The "Push" approach is called "Dependency Injection".
  5. 5. The BookDemo Application:(A simple CRUD app) User Interface Domai n Service Layer Model Data Access Layer DB
  6. 6. Pull Examplepublic class BookDemoServicePullImpl implements BookDemoService { public void addPublisherToBook(Book book) { BookDemoFactory factory = BookDemoFactory.getFactory(); BookDemoDao dao = factory.getBookDemoDao(); String isbn = book.getIsbn(); if (book.getPublisher() == null && isbn != null) { Publisher publisher = dao.findPublisherByIsbn(isbn); book.setPublisher(publisher); } }}
  7. 7. Push Example(Dependency Injection)public class BookDemoServiceImpl implements BookDemoService { private BookDemoDao dao; public void addPublisherToBook(Book book) { String isbn = book.getIsbn(); if (book.getPublisher() == null && isbn != null) { Publisher publisher = dao.findPublisherByIsbn(isbn); book.setPublisher(publisher); } } public void setBookDemoDao(BookDemoDao dao) { this.dao = dao; }}
  8. 8. BookDemoService Unit Test
  9. 9. DefinitionsDependency Injection is the act of injecting dependencies into an Object.Inversion of Control is the general style of using Dependency Injection to wire together application layers.Hence Spring is an Inversion of Control container. That is, it is a container that handles Dependency Injection for you.
  10. 10. Why is Dependency Injection better?2 reasons: ◦ Loose Coupling ◦ TestabilityLoose Coupling is improved because you dont hard-code dependencies between layers and modules. Instead you configure them outside of the code. This makes it easy to swap in a new implementation of a service, or break off a module and reuse it elsewhere.Testability is improved because your Objects dont know or care what environment theyre in as long as someone injects their dependencies. Hence you can deploy Objects into a test environment and inject Mock Objects for their dependencies with ease.
  11. 11. How Spring does Inversion of Control◦ Write a configuration file in which you name concrete "beans" for the interfaces between your layers.◦ "Wire" the application together by stating which beans are dependent on each other.◦ Instantiate a Spring object called an ApplicationContext. This is a type of bean factory that will instantiate all your other beans and handle dependency injection.
  12. 12. Example Spring applicationContext.xml<beans> <bean id="bookDemoDao" class="com.bookdemo.dao.hibernate.BookDemoDaoHibernateImpl"> <property name="sessionFactory"> <ref local="sessionFactory"/> </property> </bean> <bean id="bookDemoService" class="com.bookdemo.service.impl.BookDemoServiceImpl"> <property name="bookDemoDao"> <ref bean="bookDemoDao"/> </property> </bean></bean>
  13. 13. Bootstapping the IoC containerTo start an app using IoC: ◦ Create an ApplicationContext object and tell it where applicationContext.xml is.ApplicationContext appContext = new ClassPathXmlApplicationContext("classpath*:applicationContext.xml");This just has to be done once on startup, and can be done in the main() method or whatever code bootstraps the application.
  14. 14. Bootstapping the IoC containerThe appContext holds a single copy of each bean declared in applicationContext.xml, so you could ask the Context for any bean by name:MyService service = (MyService)appContext.getBean("myService");But dont! That is a "Pull" technique that treats the ApplicationContext like a Factory.Instead, make sure that applicationContext.xml connects every bean to every other bean that needs it. None of the beans thus have a dependency on spring.jar
  15. 15. Bootstapping the IoC containerFor web applications the situation is simpler:Web applications are bootstrapped by the web container based on the web.xml file. Hence creating an ApplicationContext on startup is as simple as a single declaration in web.xml:<listener> <listener-class> org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener </listener-class></listener>
  16. 16. A Spring app with no dependencieson Spring?When bootstrapping spring from web.xml, there are only two pieces: ◦ The applicationContext.xml file ◦ A single tag within web.xmlNot a single line of Java code!Therefore, not one of your custom classes has a dependency on spring.jar
  17. 17. The BookDemo App
  18. 18. What else has Spring got?Spring provides either implementations or fully-factored API wrappers over these technologies: ◦ JDBC and DAOs ◦ ORM: Hibernate, iBatis, TopLink and others ◦ Declarative Transaction Support (without a full J2EE app server) ◦ Aspect-Oriented Programming ◦ Remote calls and Web Services (Axis) ◦ EJBs
  19. 19. ResourcesSpring Website:http://www.springframework.org/Download Spring with sample applications:http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/springframework/spring-framework-1.2.8-with-dependencies.zip?downloRod Johnsons book on Spring:http://www.powells.com/biblio?PID=719&cgi=product&isbn=0764574833Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spring_Framework_%28Java%29EasyMock:http://www.easymock.org/Echo2 (Rich Web Inteface framework)http://www.nextapp.com/platform/echo2/echo/

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